Cruise fans can already sort out their next holiday with a number of cruise lines announcing their newest routes. P&O and Royal Caribbean have revealed their 2019 sale for Britons wanting to travel next year for a bargain. Any travellers looking further ahead should check out Norwegian and Carnival who have already announced their 2020 and even 2021 routes. Which cruise liners currently have a bargain and what routes have been released for 2020?
The cruise liner has announced its 2020 and 2021 itineraries for Britons looking far in advance for their next holiday.
Norwegian Joy will sail from Miami for the first time in 2020, along with Norwegian Encore.
Itineraries include 14 days through South America and seven days through West Caribbean – these are available to book now.
The large Royal Caribbean sale includes 2019 cruise holidays that require just a £75 deposit upon booking.
Bookings up until March 4 include the world’s largest cruise ship Symphony of the Seas, as well as the private Royal Caribbean island CocoCay.
Current destinations on offer are the Caribbean, Europe and Asia, with sailings from Southampton.
Holidays with P&O in 2019 can be found on offer until February 28.
As part of their Calling Life’s Explorers campaign, cruises to the Caribbean, Dubai and Europe are on offer.
Prices include £199 to Belgium and £599 around Northern Europe, along with a Transatlantic Caribbean tour from £1,049 and a Northern Lights cruise from £1,029.
Extra guests can even be added to a cruise booking for just £1, although those feeling the pinch can put a deposit down now of just five per cent.
The cruise liner will also be getting rid of its daily charge from May 2019, making holidays more affordable.
The cruise liner has launched its first cruise from San Francisco in 2020.
Four new ships will also be launched next year, with Carnival Panorama and Carnival AirShip.
Princess Cruises will also include Sky Princess and Costa Smeralda, who are owned by the same Carnival Corporation.
A number of cruise liners, such as MSC, have been forced to change their 2019 and 2020 schedules.
Following a new tourist tax for cruise passengers in Amsterdam, the cruise liner has announced a change from Amsterdam to Rotterdam for passengers.